Grants for Graduate School Open Education Database
Master’s degree grants and professional programs tend to be fewer in number than the equivalents for undergraduates, and tend to broaden their focus to include factors other than financial need and grades. Like scholarships, grants do not have to be repaid. Graduate school grants are often more exclusive than their undergraduate counterparts, and may be awarded based on a combination of requirements such as merit, financial status, research interests, and industry demand of the program. Generally, grants for graduate school are funded by federal organizations or private and/or nonprofit organizations.
-Database offers various grants for Graduate school
-Award amount varies